USD Football 1997



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USD TOREROS 1997 FOOTBALL PROGRAM Contents Contents Gaine Day Story: 1997 Teain Outlook: University Profile: Head Coach Kevin McGarry: Inside Front Cover Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Pages 6-7 USD Assistant Coaches : USD Alphabetical Roster: Pioneer Football League: USD All-PFL Returners: Meet The Toreros : Gaine Day Numerical Roster: Academic Support Strength & Conditioning NonConference Opponents: PFL Opponents : Final 1996 Statistics: All-Time USD Award Winners: All-Time USD Records: San Diego, 'America's Finest City' People To Know At USD: Tom Iannacone, Dir. of Athletics: Athletic Department Staff: Gaine Day Information Continued: USD GTE/Academic All-Americans: Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34-35 Page 36 Inside Back Cover USD ATHLETIC DIRECTORY (619J 260-4803 DirectorofAthletics: Tom Iannacone AsrociateAthleticsDiroctor. Dan Yourg AssistantA.D/SenicxWorrnnAdministratoc: WendyGutln:ie AssociateA.D. forAthleticihelqm~t: Brian Fogarty DiroctorofFacilities: JohnMartin Directoroflntramural&'Recreoo: Gary Becker AssistantlntrarrnraIDiroctor: Noah Stanley DiroctorofAcaderricSuppcxt: SaraHickrmnn DirectorofSwnnu~s: MaryJohnson Athletic Dept Secretaries: Pauline Thonnard, JoanWolf H~AthleticTrainer. Carolyn Greer, M.A., A.T., C. AssistantAthlcticTraincr: Suzi Higgins, M.A.,A.T.,C. AssistantAthleticTraincr: Bill Tillson, M.A., A.T., C. Strength'ConditioningCoodl: Steve Brown W01ren'sVolleyooll: Sue Snyder Men's&Worren'sCrossCountry: Rich Cota Wonrn'sSoccer: John Cossaboon Men'sSoccer: Seamus McFadden Men'sBasketball: Brad Holland Wonrn'sBaskctrnll: Kathy Marpe Worrrn'sSwimming: Bill Morgan Bascmll: John Cunningham G:xf. Frank Cates Wonrn'sTennis: Sherri Stephens Men'sTennis: Tom Hagedorn Men'sGcw: BrooksDagmin Wonrn'sCrcw: Leeanne Crain Softlxill: Lin Adams USDTeamPhysicians: WilliamP.Curran, M.D., HeinzHoenccke,M.D., RobertA. Kaplan, M.D., Robert Button, M.D. Page 8 Page 9 Pages 10-18 Insert Page 19 Page 19 Page 20 Pages 21-22 Pages 23-24 Page 25 Pages 26-30

Head Coach:

Kevin McGarry (2nd Year; 20th Overall)

Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

Bill Dobson (4th Year)

Jim Wachenheim (2nd Year)

Part Time Staff

Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

Mike Rish (14th Year) Bob Thompson (2nd Year) Chris Calnan (1st Year) Jason Gelber (1st Year) Jonathon Hykes (1st Year) Shay McClure (1st Year) Mark Miller (1st Year)

Additional Staff

Administrative Assistant:

Sandie Hughes Heather Watson & Julie Mossa Rocky Scheuppert, Eric O'Connor, Roger Chapa, Nachi Guzman

Student Secretaries: Managers:

SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF (619} 260-4745 Director: Home Phone: Assistant: Fax Phone: Ted Gosen (619) 486-3284 USO HotLine: Mike Daniels WebSite Address: The 1997 USD Football Media Guide was published by the Sports Information Department, University of San Diego. Credits: Ted Gosen, Editor and Layout; Brock Scott (Scott Photo), Photography; USD Print Shop, Printing. (619) 292-0388 (619) 260-2323 (619) 277-8468 Press Box Phone: SID E-Mail Address:


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TOREROS HOST REDLANDS BULLDOGS Pagel THE GAME: The USO Toreros, coming off a hard fought contest with Saint Mary's College, host the University of Redlands tonight at Torero Stadium. Kickoff is slated for 7:00 pm. USO is now 1-1 after Saturday's 30-20 loss to the Gaels, a NCAA Division I-AA scholarship program. Redlands comes to town with a record of 1-0 after last week's 33- 25 win over Lewis & Clark. THE SERIES: The Redlands Bulldogs lead the overall series 10-9, including wins in the last two meetings (16-3 in 1995 and 28-7 in 1992). HEAD COACH KEVIN McGARRY: Kevin McGarry (USO, '79) is in his second season as the Torero head coach and his 20th overall on the San Diego football staff. In his first season at the helm of the football program he guided the Toreros to a 4-6 record. The tenth coach to direct the USO football program since its start in 1956, Kevin is the first USO graduate to head the position. Prior to 1996, he was an assistant coach at USO for eighteen years, including the last fourteen as the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach. Over the past twenty years with Kevin on the coaching staff, USO has accumulated an overall record of 106-82-3, including fourteen seasons with records of .500 or better. Prior to joining the USO staff in 1978, Kevin was a two-year letterwinner on the USO football squad (1976-77), earning co-Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1977. He received both his B.A. in Education (1979), and his Master's in Education Administration (1985) from USO. Kevin and his wife, Mary Ann, reside in Scripps Ranch with their four boys: twins Pat and Mike, limbo and Matt. PFL STANDINGS/UPCOMING GAMES: Dayton (2-0), Drake '(2-0), SAN DIEGO (1-1), Butler (1-1), Valparaiso (1-1), Evansville (0-1). PFL Schedule for Sept. 20th: Butler at St. Francis, Dayton at Robert Morris, Drake at South Florida, Quincy at Evansville, Valparaiso at Morehead State and Redlands at San Diego. TORERO TIDBITS: Sophomore QB Mike Stadler, getting the starting nod for the second straight week, put some impressive numbers up against Saint Mary's College this past week ... he tallied personal bests of 23-for-36 in the passing department for 243 yards, including TD passes to Dylan Ching (22 yards) and Jeff Prichard (4 yards) ... Prichard caught a personal best 9 balls for 121 yards ... defensively the Toreros were paced by Brian McLoughlin (7 tackles), Travis Dellinger (6 tackles) and Kevin Hawes (6 tackles) ... the Toreros gave up 370 yards of offense to the Gaels, including 224 yards on the ground ... two-game statistical leaders for USO include Tim Roth (punting, 39.8 average; field goals, 6- for-6; points, 21), Mat Boggs (rushing, 101 yards), Mike Stadler (passing, 24-for-40, 313 yards, 3 IDs), Jeff Prichard (receiving, 11 catches for 139 yards, ITO), Dylan Ching (9 catches for 171 yards, 2 IDs; punt returns, 23.0 average; 18.0 yards per kickoff return) and defense (Travis Dellinger, 17 tackles; Wade Van Dusen, 14 tackles; Brian McLoughlin, 13 tackles; Buddy Brown, 13 tackles; and Tennyson Tom, 12 tackles). TIM ROTH PFL SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK, AGAIN! Senior place kicker Tim Roth (Chico, CA) was selected the Pioneer Football League Special Teams Player of the Week for the second straight week ... against Saint Mary's he was a perfect 2-for-2 in field goals with a long of 41 ; added two PAT kicks; and averaged 39.3 yards on four punts. Combined with last week's 4 straight field goals, Tim is now 6-for-6, tying a USO record for consecutive field goals made. He is currently ranked #1 in NCAA I-AA statistics for field goals made per game at 3.0. In last year's season finale against Dayton, Tim was named the PFL Special Teams Player of the Week for November 9th, giving him three staight honors in three contests. SCOUTING THE BULLDOGS: The University of Redlands, a NCAA Division III program, return approximately 55 players and 14 starters from last year's squad that finished 7-2 and a perfect 5-0 in the SCIAC ... head coach Mike Maynard owns a career record of 56-27-1 since 1988 ... this past weekend the Bulldogs defeated Lewis & Clark 33-25 .. . UR built a 21-3 lead after the first quarter ... senior Damian Delfino, who broke the school record for receptions last season (60 catches for 1,013 yards and 10 TDs), has moved over to the quarterback slot ... against Lewis & Clark, Delfino fi nished 23-for-40 for 233 yards, 2 IDs and 3 interceptions (2 picks came UR's first two possessions) ... his main targets were junior WR Danny Ragsdale (9 catches for 89 yards, 1_TD) and senior WR Alex Eckert (7 catches for 53 yards, 1 TD) ... UR tallied 331 yards of offense (233 passing, 98 rushing) while giving up 426 to Lewis & Clark (370 passing) ... the biggest strength for the Bulldog defense is their defensive line where they return every starter from last year. UP NEXT FOR USD: The Toreros are on the road the next two weeks. On Saturday, September 27th they kickoff at California Lutheran at 1:00 p.m. They open up Pioneer Football League play at Evansville on Saturday, October 4th. USD's next home game will be Saturday, October 11th against Butler University. USD/PFL SPECTATOR CODE OF CONDUCT Ladies and gentlemen, please be advised of the University of San Diego and Pioneer Football League Conference policy in regard to appropriate spectator conduct at athletic contests at USO. We appreciate your cooperation in demonstrating positive sportsmanlike conduct toward all student-athletes and coaches, particularly our opponents, the game officials, other spectators and those who administer today's competition. We are very proud of our student-athletes, coaches and officials. Likewise, we value your contributions as spectators to the overall competitive environment. USO, the PFL and Torero football thanks you for your support and cooperation. Enjoy the game!


1997 USD Football Profile

The University of San Diego football program heads into its fifth season at the NCAA Division I-AA level and as a member of the Pioneer Football League (PFL). Head coach Kevin McGarry, entering his 2nd year at the helm of the Torero program, returns approximately fifty-five players and ten start– ers from last year's 4-6 club that finished 1-4 in the PFL. Sev– enty newcomers boost the roster total close to 125. The Toreros will return four offensive starters, five defensive starters and All-PFL kicker Tim Roth on special teams. Offensive starters back include OL Matt Hawkins (6-0, 255, Jr.); FB Jared Keo (5-9, 220, Sr.), TE Frank Brown (6-3, 220, Sr.); and WR Dylan Ching (5-11, 195 , So.), a 2nd Team All-PFL pick a year ago after leading the team with 24 catches for 550 yards and 6 touchdowns. Key returning players expected to compete for starting assign– ments in '97 include QB Matt Doherty (6-3, 180, Sr.), who is John Khamis' projected replacement; and WR

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\.i~~!!!~~.!:,::.;;;;..~CCh~ris Del Santo (6-3, 215, Sr.), second on the team with 15 receptions. TE Randy Weber (6-1, 220, So.) and QB Mike Stadler (6-2, 195, So.) will both push for playing time at their respective positions. The defense, which returns five starters, should be strong on the line and in the secondary. Starters back include DL Lukas Smart (6-1, 227, Jr.; 36 tackles & 6 sacks); DL Buddy Brown (5-10, 250, Sr.; 2nd Team All-PFL); DL D.J. Walcott (6-2, 265, Jr.); DB Travis Dellinger (6-0, 195, Jr.), third on the team with 55 tackles; and CB Elton Perkins (5-7, 162, Jr.) . The defense will get an immediate boost from the return of DB Sal Navarro (5- 11 , 185, Jr.), a '95 First Team All-PFL performer who sat out last season to concentrate on studies. Others expected to make key contributions include DB Brian McLoughlin (5-10, 195, Jr.; 46 tackles), DB Kaeo Gouveia (5-8, 160, So.), LB Andre Lee (6-1, 238, Sr.), and LB Kevin Hawes (6-2, 228, Sr.). Senior Tim Roth (6-2, 190, Sr.) will pace the special teams unit after being named First Team All-PFL a year ago and finishing second on the team in points with 43 (8x l2 FGs; 19x24 PATs). He will also compete for the open punter 's spot left vacant by gradu–

ated and PFL 1st-teamer Mike Buhler. Look for senior Elton Perkins and sophomore Kaeo Gouveia to step in for graduated seniors Jeb Dougherty and Evan Hlavacek and handle most of the return duties . The Toreros, who play their first ever 11-game · schedule at the I-AA level, open the 1997 season with three straight nonconference home games (Azusa Pa- cific, Saint Mary's and Redlands). They

complete the month of September with a road tilt at Cal Lutheran on the 27th, followed by five straight PFL contests from October 4th through November 1st. USD will then finish out their regular– season schedule with a road contest at Whittier (Nov. 8th) and with their home– coming game versus Wagner College




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University Profile


SETTING The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USO is located on 180 acres overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcala Park and is located just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego. The campus was named after a Spanish village near Madrid -Alcala de Henares. Founded by the Greeks as Complutum, the village was later renamed Al Kala (the Castle) by the Moslems. Christians recaptured the village centuries later and founded a university whose buildings became the inspiration for USD's architectural style. THE CAMPUS The USO campus is regarded as one of the most architecturally unique institutions in the country, featuring 18 major buildings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Re– naissance style. Since 1984, USO has completed nine major construction and expansion projects. A land– scaped fountain plaza was finished in the fall of 1995, connecting the entrances of the Immaculata and Hughes Administration Center. In 1992, the university completed the 45,000 square foot Loma Hall, which includes an expanded bookstore, a larger mail center, class– rooms and laboratories. In 1990, the renovated Katherine M. and George M. Pardee Jr. Legal Research Center opened, a facility that offers the latest in information technology.


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USO enrolls more than 6,600 students who have a choice of more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The university's academic units include the College ofArts and Sciences, and the Schools of Business Administration, Education, Law and Nursing. Class size gener– ally averages between 18-25 students with the student to teacher ratio be– ing 18: 1. Over 97 percent of USD's full-time faculty hold doctorates. In the annual ratings of the country's colleges and universities, pub– lished by U.S. News & World Report, USO moved from the regional to national category in 1994. The university is ranked among the top 100 schools in the nation.


Student activities include cultural events, dances, boat cruises, beach parties, BBQ's, concerts, comedy nights, symposia and much more. Stu– dents participate in a wide range of volunteer projects such as adult literacy tutoring, senior citizen out-

reach, and house building in Tijuana. The intramural program is also an integral part of student life on cam– pus with over two-thirds of the USO community partak– ing in intramural sports.

Did You Know? • The University of San Diego was selected by the John Templeton Foundation for its 1997-98 Honor Roll of Character-Building Colleges. The honor roll recognizes 135 four– year accredited undergraduate in– stitutions that emphasize character building an integral part of the col– lege experience. Foundation offi– cials made special mention of USD's "Ethics Across the Curricu– lum," a campus-wide initiative funded with a two-year, $138,000 grant from the E.L. Wiegand Foun– dation. USO is one of eight Califor– nia colleges and universities named to the honor roll.


The University of San Diego is a member of the West Coast Conference for nearly all sports and competes in 16 intercollegiate sports on the NCAA Division I level. The football team will begin its fifth season in the Pioneer Football League. Women's sports include: basket– ball, crew, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Men's sports include: baseball, basketball, crew, cross country, golf, football, soccer and tennis. Since 1990 USO teams have won four conference championships; made 15 post-season appear– ances; had twelve Conference Coaches of the Year; ten Conference Players of the Year; ten Conference Freshmen of the Year; three WCC ScholarAthletes of the Year; and 17 NCAAAll– Americans. This past year, Heidi Ambrose, a senior on the women's basketball team, was selected the school's Valadictorian after achieving a perfect 4.0 g.p.a. in BioChemistry through– out her four years. She plans to attend Medical School this Fall.

Head Coach Kevin McGarry


KEVIN McGARRY ■ 2nd Season as Torero Head Coach ■ 20th Season on Coaching Staff

Kevin McGarry enters his second year as head coach of the USD football program. In his first season at the helm of the USD football program he guided the Toreros to a 4-6 record. He took over for Brian Fogarty, who stepped down after 13 seasons to become USD's Asso– ciate Director of Athletics for Development. The tenth coach to direct the Torero football program since its start in 1956, Kevin is the first USD graduate to head the position. McGarry is no stranger to USD football. Prior to his stint as head coach in 1996, he was an assistant coach at the University of San Diego for eighteen seasons, including the last fourteen as the defen– sive coordinator and defensive backs coach. He became a full-time assistant for football in 1985 -- his first seven years (1978-84) were split between football, women's softball (head coach) and as an elementary school teacher. In addition to his on-the-field duties, Kevin was also responsible for recruiting and as liaison for the USD Football Alumni Club. "Kevin's years of experience at USD have prepared him well for this position," stated Tom Iannacone, Director of Athletics. "He clearly understands the role of the football program within the mission of the university." Over the past nineteen seasons with Kevin on the coaching staff, USD has accumulated an overall record of 105-81-3, includ– ing fourteen seasons with records of .500 or better. Of the nine USD football players that have been named GTE/CoSIDA Aca– demic All-Americans since 1981, eight have come from the defen– sive side of the ball, including seven defensive backs. In 1987 the Torero defense set a school record for shutouts in a season with four, and the team gave up just 100 points in ten contests and finished 6-3-1. Prior to joining the USD coaching staff in 1978, Kevin was a two-year letterwinneron the USD football squad (1976-77), earning co-Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1977. He played two years (1974-75) at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, California, earning Most Valuable Player honors in 1975. He received both his Bachelor of Arts in Education (1979), and his Master's Degree in Education Administration (1985) from the University of San Diego. He is currently on a leave of absense from USD's Doctoral program in Education. Kevin and his wife, Mary Ann, reside in Scripps Ranch and have four children: twins Pat and Mike (10 year-olds), Timbo (7- years– old), and Matt ( I-year-old).

Introducing the Football Staff BILL DOBSON Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Bill is beginning his fourth season as


JIM WACHENHEIM Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Jim enters his second season with the Torero staff as Defensive Coordinator and Linebackers coach. Jim came to USD from Occidental College in Los Angeles where for three years ( 1993-95) he was Defensive Coordinator and Special Teams Coordinator. Prior to Occidental he held coaching positions at Cal State Fullerton (1991-92), ASU (1989-90), Pacific (1985-88) and North Central College ( 1983-85). He played football at College of DuPage where he was a NJCAA Region 5 All-State defensive back and fini shed his playing career at North Central College in Naperville,Illinois. He graduated from North Central in 1978 where he earned a double major in Physical Education and Recreation. Jim and his wife Kimberly have two daughters, Gretchen (5) and Hannah (2). BOB THOMPSON Quarterbacks

a full-time assistant with USD'scoaching staff. Aftercoaching linebackers and directing Special Teams his first two seasons (1 993, 1995), Bill moved over to offense last year where he was the Offensive Coordinatorand coached the running backs. In 1997 he will again be Offensive Coordinator, and coach the offensive line. In addition to his coaching duties, he plays a major role in USD's recruiting efforts.

A 1981 graduate ofOccidental, Bill earned his undergraduate degrees in Physical Education and History - he completed his teaching credential from Oxy in the spring of 1982. Besides USD, his vast coaching experiences include stints at New Mexico State (1982-85); San Francisco State ( 1986); as Offensive Coordinatorand Offensive Line Coach at Occidental (1987-90); Offensive Line Coach atCS Fullerton (1991-92); and Offensive Coordinator/RecruitingCoor– dinator at Redlands ( 1994). MIKE RISH Recehers Mike is beginning his 14th season on the Torero staff. Mike played for USD from 1979-83 and is the school 's all-time career leader in three receiving categories: receptions (10 I), touchdowns ( 18) and receiving yardage (1,722 yards). Mike graduated from USD with an Ac– counting degree in 1984. He is the Assistant Vice President for Secondary Marketing for Guild Mortgage Co!Ilpany in San Diego. SHAYMcCLURE Special Teams Coordinator/Im eris

Bob enters his second year with the USD staff where he will again coach the quar– terbacks. Prior to USD he was the Defensive Coordinatorandquarterbackscoach at Montclair Prep High School in Van Nuys, California for two seasons. The 1994 squad won the CIF Championship.

Prior to Montclair he held coaching positions at Occidental ( 1993); head coach at Bishop Montgomery HS ( 1992); head coach at Pius X ( 1991 ); head coach at Daniel Murphy HS ( 1990); quarterback/wide receiver coach at Occidental( 1988, 1989) where they were two-time SCIAC Champs;and wide receiver coach at Nevada ( 1983-84 ), where they won the Big Sky title in 1983. Bob earned his in Physical Education & Health in 1982 from Western Michigan University (he played wingback four years); and more recently earned his M.Ed. (emphasis in P.E.) from Azusa Pacific. Bob and his wife Jeannette have one son, Jamie (age 5), and reside in Bonita.

Shay begins his first season with the Toreros where he will coach the Inverts on defense and be Special Teams Coordinator. Shay is a 1994 graduate of Southern Oregon University where he earned his B.S. in Health Promotion & Fitness Management. A four–

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year letterman in footba ll, Shay was a two-year starter at cornerback. From McCloud, California, Shay was a three-sport letter winner at McCloud High School , earning All-State football honors his senior year. The past three seasons he was the Head Secondary Coach at Southern Oregon (1994-96). Shay and hi s wife, Stacey, reside in San Diego. JONATHAN HYKES Runnin~ Backs Jonathan begins his first season with

Jason begins his first season with the Toreros where he will coach the defensive line. The past three seasons Jason was a Coaches' Assistant on the Oakland Raiders staff. In 1993 he worked part-time with the Raiders staff and was OL/DL Coach at North Torrance High School in Torrance, California.

A 1993 graduate from USC, Jason earned hi s B.S. degree in Journalism. While at USC, Jason was Head Football Manager for four years ( 1989-92) on Larry Smith's teams. From Lincolnwood, Illinois (suburb of Chicago), Jason prepped at Niles West HS and lettered in football and track.

the Toreros where he willcoach the running backs. The past two years he coached at lthica College in lthica, New York. Last year he coached running backs and in '95 he was in charge of linebackers. A J 993 graduate of Case Western Reserve Uni–


versity (Cleveland, OH), Jonathan received his B.S . degree in Mechanical Engineering. He played four years of football, the last three as a starting outside linebacker. His senior year he was Honorable Mention NCJ\C and 2nd Team UAA. From Dover, Ohio, he prepped at Indian Valley HS. MARK MILLER Defensive Assistant Mark is in his first year with theToreros program where he wi ll assist on defense. A 1997 graduate of Pacific, he earned his B.A. in Liberal Studies and played three years of baseball. He is currentl y working on his Teaching Credential at San Di ego State. Last year he was assistant coach (li nebackers) under his father at Linden Hi gh School in Linden, California.

Chris begins his first season with the Toreros where he will coach the tight ends. A 1996 graduate of Redlands iwth a

B.S. degree in Business Economics. Chris was a two-time AII-SCIAC performer as an offen– sive center,playing fort he Bulldogs during 1994 & 1995. Prior to Red lands, Chris played two years at Citrus Junior College where he was First Team All-State and an Academic All-American. From San Marino High School. Chris prepped at San Marino High School where he played three years of varsity football as an offensive lineman.

1997 USD Alphabetical Football Roster


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The 1997 football season marks the fifth year for the Pioneer Football League (PFL), a conference committed to operating a quality football program for the benefit of the student-athletes and the university community. Formed in November of 1991, the Pioneer Football League is comprised of NCAA Division I universities that previously sponsored intercollegiate football at other levels. With the passing of NCAA legislation at the January 1991 convention, Division I institutions were required to conduct all intercollegiate sports at the same level. Therefore, the five charter members, Butler University, University of Dayton, Drake University, University of Evansville and Valparaiso University, joined together, sharing a common academic and athletic philosophy and a common commitment to operate quality football programs. In February, 1992, the University ofSan Diegojoined the PFL for its inaugural season. The PFL joins the Ivy and the Patriot Leagues as NCAA Division I-AA conferences that provide only need-based financial aid for football players. The conference remains a proponent of NCAA Division I-AAA legislation that would develop a classification for Division I football programs operating with need-based aid and adopted the moniker of Pioneer based on the intent to become one of the first I-AAA leagues. '96 PF/, FIRST TEA iH OFFENSE

'96 PFL ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM OFFENSE Nick Batalis, Butler Eric Goebel, Evansville Chad Heying, Drake Trent Huelsman, Dayton Kevin Johns, Dayton John Khamis, San Diego Josh Lemmon, Dayton Brian McKenna, Evansville Lucas Marrs, Butler Russ Pesavento, Evansville Stephen Pettit, Drake Charlie Schimberg, Drake

'96 PFL SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Dylan Ching, San Diego, WR Dan Paulick, Dayton, WR Vince Tweddell, Evansville, WR

Rob Berkley, Drake, WR Pat Hugar, Dayton, WR Mike Tolbert, Valparaiso, WR Felix Gallagher, Drake, OL Tom Fravel, Evansville, OL Curt Lemmberbrock, Dayton, OL Josh Lemmon, Dayton, OL Nate Schneider, Drake, OL Kevin Johns, Dayton, QB Sean Bennett, Evansville, RB Evan Hlavacek, San Diego, RB Nairn Sanders, Butler, RB Ryan Hulme, Dayton, RB Tim Roth, San Diego, PK John Harrington, Valparaiso, DL Rich Schuckman, Dayton, DL Jace Smrcka, Drake, DL Sean Gorius, Dayton, LB Jim Homoki, Dayton, LB John Kuenster, Drake, LB Nick Winings, Butler, LB Jeb Dougherty, San Diego, DB B.J. Hellyer, Drake, DB Ronnie Sazone, Valparaiso, DB JeffVerhoff, Dayton, DB Mike Buhler, San Diego, P DEFENSE Ron Griswold, Butler, DL

Nick Batalis, Butler, OL Zack Cline, Dayton, OL Joel Cutler, Dayton, OL

Eric Rodbro, Valparaiso, OL Jon Walker, San Diego, OL Eric Goebel, Evansville, QB Jason Grove, Drake, RB Charlie Schimberg, Drake, RB Chad Lindsey, Dayton, RB DEFENSE Buddy Brown, San Diego, DL Brad Fultz, Drake, DL Ryan Marcos, San Diego, DL Pete Wehman, Dayton, DL Anthony Fuller, Drake, LB Robert Magnuson, San Diego, LB Chris Stewart, Valparaiso, LB Ike Anigbo, Valparaiso, DB Bumper McKinley, Dayton, DB Jeramy Fisher, Drake, DB Mark Thomas, Evansville, DB Matt Sneller, Drake, P

Nate Schneider, Drake Mike Stylksi, Dayton Vince Tweddell, Evansville DEFENSE Eric Belcher, Dayton Mike Buhler, San Diego Jeb Dougherty, San Diego Jeramy Fisher, Drake Eric Gardner, Evansville Ryan Larson, San Diego Ryan Menke, Evansville Jeff Michalczyk, Drake Ronnie Sazone, Valparaiso Sean Gorius, Dayton Jim Homoki, Dayton

Jace Smrcka, Drake Jeff Verhoff, Dayton Pete Wehman, Dayton



Buddy Brown enters his fourth and final season with the Torero football program ... a 3-year starter, will anchor the defensive line at the tackle position ... is a two-time Second Team All-PFL performer ( 1996 & 1995) ... last season started 6 oflast 7 games, finished with 28 tackles (11 unass isted), 2 sacks (-14), l forced fumble and 1pass deflection ... ta! Iied 7 tackles (3 solo) at Butler and 6 tackles against Azusa Pacific ... in 1995, started all 10 contests and finished with 38 tackles ( 19 solo, 19 assisted) to go with 3 quarterback sacks (-27 yards), 3 quarterback hurries, 1 forced fumble , 1 blocked kick and 1 interception ... he totaled a season-best 7 tackles (5 solos) in the season finale againstWagner College, including a quarterback sack for-12 yards ... twice he tallied 6 tackles (Dayton, Evansville) .. . as a freshman in 1994, Buddy ranked sixth among Torero

Buddy Brown #54 SR DL

defenders with 38 tackles (9 solos), including 2 quarterback sacks (-15 yards), 4 quarterback hurries, 1 fumble recovery and 1 pass defl ection .. . Buddy prepped at El Camino High School in Oceanside, California where he garnered All-League and All-City honors ... in addition to being the team MVP and captain, he was selected the defensive player of the game in the San Di ego County All-Star game .. . Major: Business.

Dylan Ching enters his second year with the USD football team ... will be one of the top receivers in the Pioneer Football League ... last year as a freshman he was selected to the Second TeamAll– PFL squad after leading the Toreros in receiving ... hauled in 24 receptions for 550 yards (22.9 yards per catch) and 6 touch– downs , finishing third on the team in scoring with 38 points ... majority of big games came in second half of season ... caught seven passes for 86 yards at Saint Mary's ... snared 3 balls for 140 yards with a 55-yard TD against Evansville ... hauled in 2 passes for 83 yards againstWhittier, including a 66-yardTD ... caught a 53-yard TD pass in first quarter at Azusa Pacific

Dylan Ching #20 SO WR

... in final game of season against Dayton, caught 4 passes for 113 yards with 3 going fortouchdowns, including a 75-yard TD bomb ... heavily recruited out ofKamehameha High School where he was 2nd TeamAll-State in football and baseball ... hometown

is Lahaina, Maui (HI). Major: Business.

Tim Roth enters his third and final season with the Toreros ... he will handle all kicking duties (PAT' s; field goals, punting, kick– offs) this season after being named a 1996 FirstTeamAll-Pioneer Football League kicker ... '96 Honorable Mention pick by Don Hansen 's Football Gazette ... last year he was second on the team in scoring with 43 points, making 8-of-12 field goals and 19-of-24 PAT kicks ... he was named the PFL Special Teams Player of the Week (Nov. 10) after making 2-of-2 field goals (long of 40 yards); 4-of-4 PATs; and sailing 5-of-7 kickoffs deep into endzone for no return in team's win over Azusa Pacific ... the last two seasons he has been the back-up punter


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for the Toreros ... Tim transferred to USD from Washington State University where he red-shirted his freshman year ... he prepped at Chico High School in Chico, California where he set a North State High School field goal record of 53 yards ... he was named a High School All-American by Street & Smith's ... Major: Biology.

Meet The Toreros

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Frank Brown enters his fourth and final season with the Torero football program ... he will compete for the starting tight end spot in 1997 after finishing out the '96 campaign as the starter in the final four games ... he finished with two receptions for 13 yards withalongof8 yards against Drake ... he backed up Duncan Hardy at the beginning of '96 and through the 1995 campaign ... he prepped at nearby Valhalla High School in El Cajon, California where he also lettered in basketball, baseball and track .. . his senior year in football he was named the Team Defensive MVP; was All-Grossmont League on both offense and defense; and was selected All-CIF Defensive Line .. . out of high school was recruited by Saint Mary's and Northern Arizona ... Major: Business Administration.

Frank Brown #88 SR TE

David Del Conte enters his fourth and final season with the USD football program ... this season will play the invert position on the defensive side of the ball ... the first half oflast season David played on offense at running back ... he earned one start, and his best outing came against California Lutheran with 10 yards on 4 rushes with a long of 7 yards ... second half of season he switched to defense where he played linebacker and invert, finishing the season with 4 tackles ... was also recruited by SaintMary's, Western Linfield and Cornell ... prepped at Winston Churchill High in Eugene, Oregon where he lettered in football, wrestling and track& field ... selected team captain and most inspirational senior year in football ... youngest of eleven kids ... plans to attend graduate school in athletics administration. Major: History; Minor: Education.

David Del Conte #13 SR LB

Chris Del Santo enters his fourth season where he will play an important role on offense ... an all-purpose player with experience at receiver, tight end and running back, Chris is slotted for receiver in '97 ... last season started 5 games in 8 appearances ... tied for 2nd on team with 15 catches (221 yards) ... opened season withh 7 catches for 75 yards, including a 26-yard TD at Chico State ... hauledin2receptions for71 yards with long of43 against Valparaiso ... in6 games in 1995, Chris rushed 17 times for 47 yards (2.8 yards per carry), 1 TD with a long of 17 yards against Evansville ... he also caught 3 passes for 30 yards, including a 21-yard reception against Wagner College in the season finale ... freshman year hauled in 1pass for 11 yards ... prepped at De La Salle High School in Concord, California where he lettered in football and basketball ... he earned All– League and MVP honors in football and participated in the 1994 Contra Costa All-Star game. Major: Communications; Minor: Business.

Chris Del Santo #28 SR WR/TE

Travis Dellinger returns for his third year with the Toreros ... he is projected to play invert in 1997 ... a steady performer, Travis gives the defense a lot of experience ... he is the top returning tackler from last year's squad with 55 (24 solos) ... additionally, he tallied 5 tackles for loss, 4 pass deflections and 2 interceptions ... he led team in win over California Lutheran with 11 tackles ... he posted a team-best 14 tackles (4 solo) at Drake ... he came up with a big interception in season-finale against Dayton .. . was recruited by Colorado, San Diego State and Fresno State ... from nearby Oceanside, California, he prepped at University of San Diego High School where they were league and CIF champs in 1994 ... senior year was selected 1st Team All-CIF and 1st Team All-Western

Travis Dellinger #21 JR DB

League. Major: Urban Studies; Minor: Business.

Tam Do enters his second and final year with the USD football team ... a reserve player for the Toreros at cornerback, Tam could also contribute in 1997 on special teams in the punt and kickoff return department ... a hard worker with a great attitude, he is the ultimate team player ... Tam came to the United States from Vietnam for his senior year in high school (Mt. Carmel) ... his first football competition came at Mesa Community College in San Diego where he played two years at wide receiver. Major: Business Administration.

Tam Do #36 SR DB

Meet The Toreros

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Mike Doherty enters his fourth and final campaign with the Toreros as the projected quarterback ... he's been waiting in the wings the last three years as the team's back-up quarterback ... has good leadership skills and runs the offense well ... last year he was dependable and capable when he went in for starter John Khamis ... he appeared in five contests, finishing the season 5-for- 12 for 32 yards passing ... at Drake he came in midway through the first quarterand played the entire second quarter, finishing 3-for-6 for 16 yards ... prepped at Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon ... senior year was named All-Conference after passing for 1,700+ yards and 18 touchdowns ... was recruited by Saint Mary's, Pomona and Willamette ... father Patrick played baseball and basketball at Santa Clara ... uncles Kevin and Brian played football at Notre Dame. Major: Business Economics.

Mike Doherty #9 SR QB

Kaeo Gouveia returns for his second season with the Toreros ... he played a decent amount his freshman year at cornerback and was a key contributor ... finished 14th on the team in tackles with 16 (5 solo) ... he played in 9 games with 3 starts ... he tallied 4 tackles (1 solo) at Butler ... he chipped in 3 tackles in win at Azusa Pacific ... had a big interception against Valparaiso in the fi rst quarter that ended their drive, and ultimately was a key play in team's 10-7 PFL victory ... from Kailua, Hawaii, he prepped at Kamehameha High School where he lettered in both football and baseball ... in football he was 2nd Team All-State and 2nd Team All-Interscholastic League of

Kaeo Gouveia #27 SO DB

Honolulu ... has a twin brother (Kelii). Major: Business.

Mike Hartshorne enters his third season with the Toreros ... has seen considerable playing time the past two seasons ... a key returner on defense who will add to the team's depth and experience ... very strong with excellent lower-body strength ... started two games last year and finished the season with 5 tackles (3 solo), two quarterback sacks (-12 yards), two tackles forloss (-12 yards) ... in season opener at Chico State, Mike totaled 3 tackles and combined for I 1/2 sacks ... he prepped at Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, Arizona ... he lettered in football all four years ... his senior team went 9-2 and were co-champs in the SA Southern League ... he was selected First Team All-League and 2nd Team All-State ... junior year was All-Conference and the recipient of the school's student-athlete award. Major: Electrical Engineering; Minor:

Mike Hartshorne #74 JR DL

Kevin Hawes enters his junior season ... the past two seasons he has been slowed by injuries, first getting knocked out his freshman year with a knee injury; and last year was slowed by a stress fracture he suffered during camp ... he has worked extremely hard this past off-season and will be competing for playing time at linebacker .. . a versatile player who can play up or down ... during his freshman campaign he appeared in four contests with 7 tackles and 1quarterback sack ... he prepped at Jesuit High School in Sacramento, California where he earned All-City and All- League honors at linebacker ... senior year team went 12-1 and won the league championship ... he also lettered in wrestling ... was also recruited by Saint Mary's and Montana ... his father, Michael, played football at Xavier University. Major: Business.

Kevin Hawes #44 SR LB

Matt Hawkins enters his junior campaign where he will be counted on to anchor the offensive line .. . he is the lone returner from the offensive line with any starting experience where he saw action at both guard and center positions ... from Orange, California, Matt prepped at Servite College Preparatory ... in his senior year the football team went 11-4, won the Goldenwest League title and were CIF runner-ups for Division 5 schools ... he lettered both his junior and senior campaigns, also earning the Angelus Award his senior year ... his brother Jon played football at Claremont McKenna, while his brother Tom played baseball at the University of North Carolina. Major: Business Procurement.

Matt Hawkins #59 JR OL

Meet The Toreros

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Jared Keo enters his fourth and final season with the Toreros ... last year Jared's role changed to more of a blocking back ... with 7 starts in 10 games, he finished 3rd in rushing with 239 yards on 59 carries ... the backfield's most physical player, he posted 5 games with 40+ yards ... in 1995 at fullback Jared finished with 601 yards rushing on 174 carries (3.5 yards per carry) and found the endzone once (vs. Butler) ... twice he reached the century mark, gaining 105 yards at California Lutheran, and a career-best 112 yards against Butler (including a long of 32 yards) ... totaled 30 yards on 9 carries in 1994 ... prepped at Kamehameha High School in Honolulu, Hawaii where he lettered in football and track & field (All-League honors in both) ... hobbies include weight lifting, body surfing and going to the beach ... this past summer recorded a song "Surf Session" with former Torero Christian Yrizarry that has become a popular single throughout the Hawaiian Islands. Major: Business Administration. Andre Lee enters his second and final year with USD ... he will compete

Jared Keo #29 SR FB


for playing time at one of the linebacker spots ... last year appeared in 5 contests, finishing with 22 tackles (14 solo), 2 tackles for loss, 1 fumble recovery and l interception ... his big game of the season came at Drake where he recorded 12 tackles (9 solo) and returned an interception 76 yards for a touchdown ... in team's win against Azusa Pacific he totaled 4 tackles and had one fumble recovery. Major: Business Economics. Shawn Lorenzo returns for junior season after sitting out the 1996

Andre Lee #47 SR LB

year to concentrate on studies ... he will add depth to the defensive line in 1997 ... two years ago appeared in 4 contests, finishing with 6 tackles (3

solo) ... from Honolulu, Hawaii, Shawn prepped at Kamehameha School where he was a two-time First Team Interscholastic League ofHonolulu selection ... his senior year, with the team finishing 7-3 and ranked 3rd in the state, he was selected 2nd Team All-State ... he also lettered in basketball ... was recruited by Linfield and Air Force ... chose USD for its academics and school atmosphere. Major: Business Administration.

Shawn Lorenzo #56 JR DL

KhalidMaxie enters his second year with the Toreros ... last year as a freshman saw action on both sides of the ball at defensive back and wide receiver ... in five games caught 5 passes for 41 yards with a long of 12 versus Saint Mary's ... defensively finished with 6 tackles, 1 pass deflection and 1 interception .. . he returned the interception 20 yards in win over Cal Lu ... in season final, caught 2 balls against Dayton for 12 yards ... prepped at Montclair HS where he was a two– time All-Mt. Baldy League selection ... was a CIF qualifier in both wrestling and track. Major: Education; Minor: Leadership. Brian McLoughlin enters hi s third season with the Toreros as a defensive back ... with 5 starts in 10 games last year, Brian finished 5th on

Khalid Maxie #3 SO DB/WR

the team in tackles with 46 (27 solo) ... additionally, he tallied 3 quarterback sacks (-13), 7 tackles for loss (-27), 2 forced fumbles, 1fumble recovery and 1pass deflection ... twice he totaled 7 tackles in a game (Drake & Valparai so) ... against Valpo, he added 2 tackles for loss, 1 pass break-up, 1 QB sack and 1forced fumble ... prepped locally at Torrey Pines High School and was also recruited

by UC Dav is and Chico State. Major: Business Administration.

Brian Mcloughlin #23 JR DB

Sal Navarro enters hi s third season with the Toreros as a defensive back ... last year he sat out the season to concentrate on hi s studies ... in 1995 as a sophomore he was se lected First Team All-PFL after starting all 10 games and finishing tied for second on the team in tackles with 88 (47 solo) .. . he also chipped in with 2 quarterback sacks (-15), 1 forced fumble, 2 fumble recoveries, 4 blocked kicks, 5 pass deflections, and 3 interceptions .. . he returned two kickoffs for63 yards (3 1.5 average) ... twice he was named a PFL Player of the Week ...hi s freshman season in 1994 he appeared in 9 contests finishing with 29 tackles (15 solo), l fumble recovery and 3 pass break-ups ... a native San Diegan , he prepped at St. Augustine where he lettered in football, soccer and track & field. Major: Urban Studies.

Sal Navarro #1 JR DB

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